6th grade
posted by yamin .
would you please, picturise
GCF Wedding cake method
or in drawing ?
rather than explaining in words.
Thank you.

We are unable to draw on these boards.
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

6th grade
The GCF for the numerator & denominator is 5. I'm equivalent to 4/6. Please help fast!!!!!!!! I've only got 10 min. left on the computer. Thankyou for your help. Sincerely, Kathy P.S HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
geometry 2
Xenia is ordering a cake for her friend’s wedding. She knows that there will be 110 guests at the wedding, and she is trying to decide how large a cake to order. She has been told that each guest should get a piece of cake that is … 
geometry
Xenia is ordering a cake for her friend’s wedding. She knows that there will be 110 guests at the wedding, and she is trying to decide how large a cake to order. She has been told that each guest should get a piece of cake that is … 
6th grade math
I need help explaining ratios and proportions to my 6th grader 
geometry
Xenia is ordering a cake for her friend’s wedding. She knows that there will be 110 guests at the wedding, and she is trying to decide how large a cake to order. She has been told that each guest should get a piece of cake that is … 
math
Len is baking a square cake for his friend wedding. When served to the guests, the cake will be cut into square pieces 1 inch on the side. The cake should be large enough so that 121 guests get one piece. How long should each side … 
4th grade math
Brad took the photos at his aunt's wedding. he took 22 picture before the wedding. half as many many pictures during the wedding and twice as many pictures after wedding. how many wedding pictures did brad take in all? 
MATH Fractions
Suppose there are 2 pieces of the cake left over,but you don't know how many pieces were in the whole cake. Explain how you could find the number of pieces in the whole cake if Taylor told you 1/6 of the cake was left. You may show … 
3rd grade math
suppose she cut the cake into 8 equal size pieces and 6 people at all the pieces. Explain how they could have divided the pieces so that everyone ate the same amount of cake. You can show your work in a drawing. 
math
Suppose there are 2 pieces of the cake left over,but you don't know how many pieces were in the whole cake. Explain how you could find the number of pieces in the whole cake if Taylor told you 1/6 of the cake was left. You may show …